Society

Holidays bring many visitors to town

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE Reporter correspondent
Gause 4-H Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 5 at the Gause ISD cafeteria. All members are encouraged to attend.

Gause ISD students will start back to school on Monday morning from their Christmas holidays. It will be their second semester.

I hope all of you had as nice a Christmas as we did. On Christmas Eve members of our family from Gause, Houston area, Milano, Rockdale, Thorndale, San Antonio and San Angelo gathered at the home of Kelly and Chris Cooper, Connelly and Cameron out from Gause for a meal of soups, sandwiches, dips, chops and desserts. Afterwards we had the annual “Chinese Christmas” gift exchange, which is always lots of fun.

Friday morning, the children and grandchildren had “Santa” at their homes, then came and had breakfast with Wayne and I after which we opened gifts. We had our evening Christmas dinner Friday back at the Coopers. Some of us spent the remainder of the evening play ing a fun game that most of us had never played, “Apples to Apples.” A very nice Christmas together for which we were very thankful.

Ja xon Hayles and mother, Kristi Lee, spent Sunday in Houston where they celebrated Christmas with Jaxon’s great grandparents and other relatives.

Mrs. Mildred Simmons spent Christmas in The Woodlands with Judy and Tee Joe Marks and family.

Visiting during the weekend w ith Larr y Sr. and Ida Morgan, Ouida Elizabeth King and Bobby Hairston, included Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Crouch of Many, Louisiana, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Levitt of Johnson City, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Gremmett, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gremmett and daughter Katy, and Amy Tleke and daughter, all of Sugar Land.

Spending Christmas with Gene and Elaine Baumann were their daughters and families, Kim and Chad Hahn, Macey and Braden of Yorktown, and Melissa and Michael Shehane. Macey had to be taken to the doctor while here and now Gene and Elaine are under the weather. Hope a speedy recovery for all.

We wish you all the best for the New Year. Remember, God is in control and with his help we will get through it.


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